uh, fine, dad. can i talk to you for a second? sure. all right, what's going on with you and mom? we're getting along, enjoying each other's company. isn't that what you wanted? what i heard through the walls last night is nothing close to what i wanted. so what, you're just gonna leave your wife and move back with mom? kind of romantic, huh? like one of those movies where the couple realizes they were always meant to be together. see, i was thinking more friday the 13th or saw, where you cut off your own arm to escape the pain. all right, buddy, let's go over your vows. we'll see you in the church, mr. biggs. have a boutonniere. thanks for pulling me out of there. i was gonna lose it. i mean, he walks out on the two of us, and 20 years later thinks he can pick up right where he left off. let it go. this day is about you, molly, and nobody else. hey, mike, sorry to bother you, but have you heard from molly? she's not here yet, and we're starting to get a little worried about her. what? she's not here? just breathe. everything's gonna be fine. she will be here. christina, will you marry me?